A workshop to co-determinea courses of action in the disinvested area of Kaloleni, Nairobi.
Using Minecraft as a tool to invite various groups into the design process of a ‘Model Street’ in Dandora, Nairobi.
Three teams of international and local experts along with local Placemaking initiators proposed strategies for Nairobi’s public spaces.
The ‘Social Context Mapping’ workshops aim to visualise urban areas by presenting ‘hard’ and ‘soft data.
Children make tiles of footsteps, creating their own ‘walk of fame’ through the neighborhood.
Secondary school students collect the story of IJburg and present their concepts for a promotional campaign to local stakeholders.
Bredero College students carried out neighborhood research and integrated the collected data into designs for the pilot podium.
Four students from the Casa400 student housing complex were hired to advise on the future development of the Eenhoorngebied in the east of Amsterdam.
Local youth were asked to think of temporary uses of Zeeburgereiland for the summer.
Organisation of a visualised brainstorm, by using the courtyard walls as a canvas for ideas.
Make local wishes and ideas immediately visible with ‘wish-finding signs’.
Placemakers is host and organiser of ‘Project Space’, a week to stimulate knowledge exchange among European studios.
On the world map of the ‘Kleurenkompas’ everyone can tell their own story. The map brings memories of exotic homelands to life in the hallway of a large appartment block.
Placemakers organised a workshop to co-develop locally supported ideas for the festive lighting scheme on the Jan Evertsenstraat.
Placemakers inventorizes and analyzes existing Placemaking initiatieves in Nairobi
Placemakers participated in the exchange programme Belgrade.SCAPES:LAB / I Think BG in Serbia’s capital. Placemakers organised a workshop on ‘Social Context Mapping’.